Penn Medicine/Lancaster General Health Physicians Internal Medicine
Allison fell in love with Prima at first sight. She and her husband first saw Children of Eden in 2015 and were blown away by the talent, ingenuity, and innovation. As a lover of theatre since childhood, Allison was thrilled to find a fresh and original theatre organization in Lancaster, and has been a loyal patron ever since. She has also had the joy of performing in several Prima shows which has enriched her life and allowed for creative fulfillment.
Allison, like most women, plays many roles (both on and off the stage). She is a Nurse Practitioner, mom, wife, daughter, sister, and friend. Finding the balance between these roles is an ongoing aspiration and Allison craves departure from the challenging aspects of life. Prima provides an energetic experience that fulfills this craving. The Prima team has become such an important part of her life, and Allison has loved introducing friends, family, and patients to the Prima experience.
The relationships built with patients and co-workers have been especially nourishing during this time. Coming upon 14 years as a Nurse Practitioner, Allison views health as more than just the absence of illness. She has seen how transformative the power of human connection and kindness can be. Music can be so very transformative as well. Prima helps to spread this transformative power, providing connectivity with others, laughter, and delight. Allison has seen the positive impact of Prima on her own life and that of the community. She is happy to play a play a part in spreading the joy of Prima Theatre.